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The molecular designing of materials and devices
Arthur R. Von Hippel
1965 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English
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At the onset of the nanotechnology age, molecular designing of materials and single molecule studies are opening wide possibilities of using molecular systems in electronic and photonic devices.
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Wolfgang Pompe is retired professor of Materials Science at the Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. Having obtained his academic degrees in physics, he spent his main academic career in the Institute of Solid State Physics and Materials Research Dresden of the Academy of Sciences of the GDR, and since at the Technische Universität, with a year stay as a visiting professor at Format: Hardcover.
The Molecular Designing of Materials and Devices Arthur R. von Hippel "Nature designs everything from atoms; hence, we should be able to create any feasible kind of material and device with foresight, if we understood the Periodic System in all its implications.
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These insights result in more accurate data for designing application-specific materials that. The Molecular Designing of Materials and Devices. Arthur R. Von Hippel. Published by The M.I.T. Press The Molecular Designing of Materials and Devices (MIT Press Classics) Arthur R. von von Hippel (Editor) otherwise clean,tight pgs.
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In the following years, the molecular approach expanded considerably, from the development of chemical vapor deposition, sol-gel and related processes, leading to dramatic changes in electronics and.
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